E. Michael Jones: “It’s the End of the World as We Know It”
The week it all came crashing down...on False Flag Weekly News!
Kevin Barrett: Welcome to False Flag Weekly News, the weekly news show that's been telling you that the world is about to end for eight or nine years now. And now that it finally looks like it really is ending, we are looking like prophets... Here we are with Dr. E. Michael Jones of Culture Wars, the perfect guy to bring on the day after the world ended, or at least the world as we know it. How are you doing, Mike?
E. Michael Jones: Good. Kevin. Good to be here.
Kevin Barrett: So...Inflation is out of control. They're printing so much of it to throw at Zelenski in Ukraine that there's really not much left for the rest of us. And what there is isn't worth anything. Then there's the stock market implosion, air travel has been canceled, gun sales are soaring. It looks like the apocalypse.
Do you think it's partly because they printed too much money?
E. Michael Jones: Sure. It's partially because of that. But it's going to be a replay of the seventies, too, because the sanctions against Russia have now caused soaring energy prices, which also happened in the seventies. So it's the perfect storm. All of these things are coming together. So it must be God behind it. How else could you explain something this good? The Democrats steal the election and then they put a person in power who will bring about the end of the American empire.
Kevin Barrett: Who but Allah could have planned something like this? Well, I thought Allah was responsible for putting Trump in there to end the American empire. But I guess it's a two-act scenario.
Okay, so the stock market is totally blown up. Your air travel is all canceled and everybody's flocking to buy guns. I guess the silver lining to this dark cloud is that although your investments have disappeared, you can take your air travel refund and buy a gun.
E. Michael Jones: Yeah, and as long as they're not buying toilet paper, who cares?
Kevin Barrett: Well, I don't know. Guns and toilet paper. I guess if that's all that's left out there, we're kind of in trouble.
E. Michael Jones: That's the infallible sign of an economic panic when the toilet paper disappears from the shelves at Walmart.
Kevin Barrett: That's right. And then the guns disappear, too. And the stock market disappears. And your travel plans for the summer all disappear all at once. Was yesterday the new Black Friday? Can you say Black Friday or is that politically incorrect? Let's call it Transgender Friday.
E. Michael Jones: I saw yesterday on Yahoo that the Ukraine is also winning the war. So what else do we need?
Kevin Barrett: Oh, it's a good thing Ukraine is winning the war because we'd be in serious trouble if they weren't. Zelensky's happily playing his piano and all's well with the world.
E. Michael Jones: By the way, Zelensky's bagman got arrested in Serbia with $200,000 in cash and jewels.
Kevin Barrett: That picture that we showed you of that money, laundry is pretty realistic, actually. But it didn't show the jewels. And I guess they grabbed the money-laundering bagman after Zelensky and Nancy left the laundromat.
Okay, let's fast forward two slides here up to more good news.
No, that's not good news that Tony Fauci has AIDS, I mean, COVID or whatever it is, whichever disease he screwed up, he got it himself. "So let this be a lesson," says Tony Fauci. "If only I'd been vaccinated eight, nine, ten or maybe a couple of dozen times, and I'd worn five or six masks instead of two at all times, I might have avoided this awful fate. So let that be a lesson, folks."
E. Michael Jones: Yes. By the way, he also won an award in Israel. They gave him $1,000,000 for defending science. So the science looks as if the more times you got vaccinated, the more you wrecked your immune system and the more you will be dependent on (vaccines) and you will get one disease after another. So let that be a lesson to you all out there. Science is real.
Kevin Barrett: Science is real and Israeli dollars to Fauci prove it. Actually, it looks like Fauci's got a mild Omicron variant, so even though he's in his eighties, he appears to be doing just fine, although he's a little short of breath because now he's wearing a dozen mask instead of just two.
E. Michael Jones: He's got two. I can see two right there. The oxygen is not getting to his brain now. That's what that look on his face tells you.
Kevin Barrett: I think he's had a little brain oxygen shortage going for a while. He seems so random in his statements. Some of them have made sense and some of them have seemed completely crazy. And he says one thing today and the next thing the next day. No wonder people don't trust the authorities anymore. And speaking of not trusting the authorities about COVID, how about the suggestion that the vaccine injuries and deaths may be a lot worse than the establishment tells us? Indeed, they could be a factor behind this inflation and stock market crash because of reducing labor participation. And here's an ex-BlackRock manager Edward Dowd speculating that vaccine injuries are a big part of this economic crisis. Of course, he adds the Russia sanctions that have taken out Russian wheat, energy and fertilizer from global markets, and the Biden shutdown of fracking to further tighten our energy supplies. Peter Schiff, he says, is wrong saying it's all about money printing. But frankly, as you said, Mike, I think the money printing is part of it too. But I wonder how big a factor the vax injuries are — relative to Long COVID, which may be another factor. For whatever reason, workforce participation is way down and that obviously is partially driving inflation.
E. Michael Jones: This proves a fundamental tenet of economics, which is that labor is the source of all value. Everything is labor: money is labor, capital is labor, it's congealed labor. Karl Marx said this because it's true. Because John Locke said it, because Adam Smith said it and because Pope John Paul the second said it too. Because it's true.
Kevin Barrett: And E. Michael Jones said it.
E. Michael Jones: And I said it too. So dammit, it's true. But but the point here is that we have a culture, as Mr. Schiff tells us, that is based on the opposite of labor, which is called usury. And this group of people believe, like Shylock, as he said in the Merchant of Venice, that his ducats could copulate faster than ewes and rams. That's what the people on Wall Street believe. That's why they're fixated on money and that's why they don't care about labor, and that's why they destroy the American economy through their outsourcing scheme, shipping the jobs to China and crippling the manufacturing base of the United States, which is the source of wealth.
Kevin Barrett: I think you're onto something there. Mike. And Shylock, with his hot little ducats, was probably wrong. Well, moving on to the question of: "Okay, you guys, we're going to ban you and deplatform you because you just said that vaccine injuries might be part of the cause of the economic crunch. What's your evidence for vaccine injuries? There are no vaccine injuries." Well, there's all kinds of interesting evidence pointing in that direction. And here's the latest, although this one is perhaps somewhat debunkable: SADS, sudden adult death syndrome. People's hearts are just stopping for no apparent reason. Apparently 200,000 people have died suddenly for no obvious reason in the United States of some kind of cardiac arrest. This article is about Queensland, Australia. Some are saying, "We're suddenly hearing about all of this, people just dropping dead because their heart stopped—especially young people, healthy people, people on soccer fields. We're hearing about this now because of the vaccines!" Now, this article and others claim that, in fact, quote, "the figures have remained constant over the years." So I guess more research is necessary, Mike.
E. Michael Jones: Well, don't ask the doctors. Ask the insurance companies.
Kevin Barrett: Okay, let's ask the insurance companies. Next slide.
E. Michael Jones: Because they're the ones who have to pay out when people die prematurely. And their payments are going through the roof.
So back to medicine. My wife once went to a doctor and she had a skin rash and he said, "it's idiopathic dermatitis." Well, since I studied Greek, I knew what he was saying was basically "you've got an inflammation of the skin that is peculiar to you, and I can't explain it."
Well, that's exactly what sudden adult death syndrome is. It's a made up term. I guess they don't do Greek anymore, but it's a term made up to disguise the fact that we don't want to talk about the real cause of death, which, as you mentioned, is not just (afflicting) adults. It's 25-year-old soccer players in the bloom of their youth and health dropping dead in the middle of the game.
Kevin Barrett: Yeah, it's obviously suspicious. And then we need to find out whether the so called debunkers are correct (when they say) that this is constant and it hasn't gone up in the last year when suddenly everyone's noticing it. Well, there are some signs from the insurance industry that something strange has been going on during the past year, the year since the vaccine rollout. The fifth largest life insurance company in the US has paid out 163% more for the deaths of working age people in 2021 than in 2020. So 2020 was the COVID year; 2021 was the vaccine year. America Insurance was the source of the first alarming indications that young people in the prime of their lives were just dropping dead in unprecedented numbers. That was last year when we first heard about that. And now we learn that Lincoln National Insurance paid out $500 million in death benefits in 2019 before the pandemic, $548 million — just a little bit more — in 2020, the year of the pandemic; and then a stunning 1.4 billion in 2021, the year of the vaccine rollout. That does look, on the face of it, rather suspicious. Again, we have to verify all these numbers and do more research, but I think there are good grounds for suspicion. What do you think?
E. Michael Jones: Does this indicate that you would get the shot now?
Kevin Barrett: Me? Are you kidding?!
E. Michael Jones: I didn't risk it when we didn't have statistics. And now you think people are going to risk this? I don't think so. I think the word is getting out. And once again, they overplayed their hand. I think that the net result of the COVID thing was the end of the Great Reset. Of course, the war and other things play into this. But I think that's the net result. You overplayed your hand. You called "wolf" too many times,or "Wolfowitz" too many times, and then people don't believe you anymore.
Kevin Barrett: Well, there's a lot of in-between. There are a lot of people who do believe what they're hearing from the authorities. That's maybe up to close to half the people in the United States, I would guess. And then the other among the other half, there's maybe a quarter total, half of the not-brainwashed half, that knows the score and is extremely skeptical — in some cases maybe even too skeptical. And then the other 25% is still trying to figure it out. And that's why we have 60-something percent vaccine uptake and maybe only a little over 50% have ever gotten boosted, and less than that have gotten the latest booster. So there's a lot of skepticism. There are strong skeptics and there are mild skeptics. But I think the skepticism is growing, as it should.
And we really need some skepticism about shooting up kids with these vaccines. And this week, the FDA unanimously voted something like 21 to zip to endorse the Pfizer and Moderna experimental mRNA COVID shots for infants and young children. I don't understand how they can possibly do this. The odds of somebody under five dying if they contract COVID are less than one in a million. 0.1 in 100,000 equals less than one in a million. That's less than the odds of a lightning strike... So how can they do this?
E. Michael Jones: They can do it because you have a revolving door between the FDA and Big Pharma. That's how they do it. It has nothing to do with the effectiveness of the vaccine or any concern about endangering the lives of children. We're obviously dealing with Moloch worshippers here. There's a certain overlap between this and abortion and other issues in our culture, a certain group that belongs to both. And they are willing to sacrifice your children to their idol so that they can go on controlling us and making a lot of money. It's that simple. It's regulatory capture. That's the answer.
Kevin Barrett: Well, even the not-so-religious interpretation of James Kunstler, who we're going to hear from later in the show, is in line with that. He says, "You know why they did that? I'll tell you why they did it. To extend the emergency use authorization that shields Pfizer and Moderna from legal liability for their mRNA vaccines. They're not content with wrecking civilization. They want to kill you and your children, too."
James Kunstler is not worried about Moloch and God and things like that. He's just looking at what's going on. And yeah, it's hideous, but I mean, how can they be doing this? There's just no rational science-based explanation for it.
This (vaccine authorization for children) is the terrible COVID news of the week. But the next slide is the good news. Navy officer Lieutenant Billy Mosely demanded to be court martialed and he won his court martial. The three officer board determined unanimously that his refusal to be vaccinated, without even trying to get a religious exemption, because they don't give you religious exemptions in the military any more, did not constitute misconduct and he should be retained. So he won.
E. Michael Jones: Well, this brings up the purpose of the military. And John B. Watson said one of the main purposes the military was social engineering. This was a way of imposing social engineering on large segments of the population, the classic example being World War Two, when about 11 million left with ethnic identities, and came back with GI identities, and then were docile, marched off into suburbs, bought automobiles, and watched television until they gave birth to our (boomer) generation. And then there was another type of rebellion.
So there's a bind here. Is the military supposed to win wars or is it supposed to function as the avant-garde of social engineering? These are at odds with each other. And now the crucial issue is that there is a war in the Ukraine. And if it keeps going the way the Blinkens of this world and the Zelensky's of this world want, it may end up with NATO's troops fighting Russians. And how is COVID vaccination going to help these troops fight a war? How is gender ideology going to help these troops? It's not. And so therefore, there's got to be some type of reckoning here. What takes priority over what? Does the military's ability to win war take priority over social engineering or vice versa?
Kevin Barrett: That's a good point, Mike. And I would carry that one step further and suggest that the group cohesion at the platoon level in the military is the key factor in terms of military morale, especially in wartime. And by dividing people along these culture wars lines, pushing this LGBTQ stuff that a lot of these military folks don't like, pushing these vaccines that a lot of them don't like, they're creating dissension in the ranks. And that obviously wouldn't be good for war fighting capability, if there is any left. Of course, after getting our butts kicked by Afghan sheepherders with cheap rifles, I'm not sure that there's much left to worry about.
E. Michael Jones: Was the lesson of Afghanistan that ethnic solidarity, ethnic coherence or cultural coherence, defeats military power every time? There was no military confrontation. The people simply threw up their hands and gave up. .That was that The reverse of that lesson is happening in the Ukraine, where you have ethnic coherence in the eastern part of the Ukraine. And that's why it's going to be a lasting game for Russia and not like Afghanistan.
Kevin Barrett: They've got a problem, though, because the other half of Ukraine, the slightly more than half of Ukrainians who speak Ukrainian, have been brainwashed into what we might call overly extreme ethnic solidarity against all things Russian. And the 40 or 45% of Ukrainians who speak Russian are finding themselves in a tough situation. That civil war scenario is what's being leveraged by NATO as part of their war on Russia. We'll get to that in just a bit, because we have one more vaccine story first, which is that Professor Francis Boyle, an international law expert from University of Illinois, just published a book on why the vaccine mandates are a crime against humanity. And I interviewed him on my radio show. The Nuremberg Principle and international law says you can't force people to take experimental medical treatment. What else are these vaccines but experimental medical treatment?
E. Michael Jones: Yeah. And, by the way, why did we have Nuremberg trials? Because one country conquered another country and was subjugated and had to accept the rule of law as the conquering power accepted it. That applies to America as well. The regime is not going to allow any of this to go forward, no matter how many books Professor Boyle writes. It's not going to happen until the regime gets changed, because that's the necessary condition for any type of legal reform. I don't know what's going to happen in the fall, if they're going to try to steal elections again. It looks as if there's going to be a tsunami reaction against the Democrats. But until the whole regime gets swept out of power in some sense or the other, this is going to be an empty gesture.